NY's STATEN ISLAND Do you intend to prepare the sauce on Sunday? You might wish to start by visiting the Barilla website. The pasta manufacturer is giving out a rather spectacular collection of treats on a first-come, first-served basis in an extravagant effort to kick off National Pasta Month, which starts on October 1. Thus, you ought to take advantage of this offer if you enjoy making marinara.
Melissa Tendick, vice president of marketing for Barilla Americas, stated, "At Barilla, we celebrate a love of pasta year-round, but we're especially happy to honour National Pasta Month and to share the love with our Pasta Season Packs. "We are eager to see the ideas that other pasta lovers will come up with that include our favourite ingredient. Pasta lovers may celebrate their passion for pasta all season long with the Barilla Pasta Season Pack.
Starting on Monday, fans who want to purchase the unique kit can do so by going to www.BarillaPastaSeason.com. The unique set includes a variety of popular pasta cuts, kitchen tools, and recipes that are suitable for families.
This is what you'll receive:
Eight cartons of the renowned Blue Box pasta slices from Barilla (two per each week of National Pasta Month)
Accessories and kitchen tools with a pasta motif for easy preparation
With each package, special, family-friendly recipes will be included.
Tips for making leftover dishes more effective so that no pasta dish is wasted
And it is not a hoax.
The brothers Guido, Luca, and Paolo Barilla, who are the chairmen of Barilla, a family firm not listed on the stock exchange, support the idea of family dinners. Barilla is well-known in Italy and across the world for the superiority of its food items. It was established by their great-grandfather Pietro Barilla, who opened a bakery in Parma in 1877. It promotes savoury, hearty, and wholesome nutrition, inspired by the Mediterranean diet and the Italian way of life, through its brands, including Barilla, Mulino Bianco, Pan di Stelle, Gran Cereale, Harrys, Pavesi, Wasa, Filiz, Yemina and Vesta, Misko, Voiello, Academia Barilla, First, Catelli, Lancia, Splendor, Tolerant, and Pasta Evangelists.
According to a statement from the business, "When Pietro began his restaurant 145 years ago, the main goal was to provide wonderful food." With 8,700 employees and a supply network that upholds its principles and commitment to excellence, "that principle has now become the Barilla way of doing business."
The organisation claimed that it is attempting to demonstrate through this gift its dedication to giving people "the delight that delicious, well-made meals can provide them."